Asia-Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching, Volume 8, Issue 1, Article 15 (June, 2007)
Jintao CHEN and Szehai ZHANG
A pilot approach for creativity education: Reflection on the technology activities "60 seconds motion of an object"
A pilot approach for creativity education:
Reflection on the technology activities "60 seconds motion of an object"
1Jintao CHEN and 2Szehai ZHANG
1Teaching Research Office, Guangzhou Education Committe
Guangzhou 510030, CHINA
2No. 97 Guangzhou Secondary School, Guangzhou, CHINA
Received 30 Apr., 2007
Revised 22 Jun., 2007
This paper was about the technology project activities called "60 seconds motion of an object" as being carried out in the school's "Technology Fesitval". It studied on how the creativity activities in technology could be organised and planned in a school for students of different ages and different technological abilities. To develop students' creative mind and creativity ability, the present approach included individualised guidance for students of different abilties, inducing students to think from different angles and perpectives, and requiring students to practise through hands-on and minds-on activities.
Key words: creativity education, creative ideas, creativity ability, thinking
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